“Drowning in a flood of choices” (Leonard Woolsey, Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019) spoke of dialing back choices in life. Thanks for the earworm.
The season-ending FedEx Tour Championship playoffs kick off this week (pun intended). Very much an effort to avoid going heads up against college football and the NFL, the PGA played a revised schedule for 2018-19, a “wraparound” season which ended Sunday afternoon as J.T. Poston picked up h…
In case you were out of the country last Saturday or for some other reason failed to read the sports section of that day’s paper, a brilliant young aspiring engineer and golfer has developed a golf aid that may have him adding marketing/businessman to his future plans.
The United States Open Golf Championship, first played in 1895, begins this Thursday. For those who hate math, that makes this the 119th time the event has been played; this is the sixth time it has been played at Pebble Beach Golf Links.
The experts calculate that fewer than 25 percent of all golfers never break 100. That matters not to local golfer Jim Muntzel. Additionally, the number of golfers who will break par at least one time is one-half of one percent. Matters not to Jim. The number of players who will at least once…
Here’s something for you to chew on while I’m chewing on a plate of beignets and sipping some chicory coffee just off Jackson Square in New Orleans in preparation for a quick flight home.
When Cathy Gillentine offers up her critiques on television commercials, it makes me smile; therefore, I thought I would give it a try. Only this once. I do not care to move in on her territory. I want only to talk about a commercial featuring Rickie Fowler, who has performed successfully for golf products, an insurance company and other businesses.
Golfers from three Galveston County schools will compete in next month’s UIL 6A State Championship tournament in Georgetown.
The District 24-6A tournament at Moody Gardens last week might well have been better suited for a Fourth of July scheduling, given the fireworks on display over two days at a venue known to be both welcoming and devilish, depending on prevailing winds.